Lighter note: Foreshore safer thanks to path

FOR those readers who like to keep fit on the Swan River foreshore and have ever had a stoush with a fellow cyclist or runner, rest assured – the risk of a near collision is about to be reduced. The state government is pitching in to create a 1,160 metre separated pedestrian path along the foreshore between Perth and East Perth. Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan said the path would lower the risk of conflict between cyclists, pedestrians and runners. "Shared paths are designed to provide enough space to safely accommodate a variety of users, so that everyone can enjoy the Swan River foreshore," she said.

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